vintage LED bulb reduced to clear £1 @wilko
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vintage LED bulb reduced to clear £1 @wilko

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LocalFound 2nd Sep 2017
Found in Wilko Camberley, available in both b22 and e27 fitting, was told it should be national, and this product is no longer available online
only the 6w one was rtc, others were still normal prices
It's actually brighter than I thought, happy
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Thinking of T A Edison
kkthomask1 h, 16 m ago

Thinking of T A Edison


Why? He didn't invent the light bulb. Let alone LEDs!
Definitely not national. I was looking at these in the Middlebrook (Bolton) store this afternoon and they most certainly were not £1
compadre23 m ago

Why? He didn't invent the light bulb. Let alone LEDs!


Good call..
Are these 5w??
skyebluebirch3 m ago

Are these 5w??

Both the box and receipt say 6W on them, so I doubt it...
Loads in Liverpool city centre store
Picked up 3 of these in Corby store yesterday. They had other sorts as well all for £1. Also some TCP ones that are both warm and cool colour temperatures changed by clicking the switch.
These are nice to look at but useless as incandescent/CFL replacements in many cases because hardly any light comes out of the end.
There were some in the Kilmarnock store at the same price a couple of days ago.
compadre11 h, 4 m ago

Why? He didn't invent the light bulb. Let alone LEDs!



You missed the point entirely. The light shown in the picture takes the memories back to the first incandescent light by TAE. That is why it is depicted as 'vintage'
kkthomask6 m ago

You missed the point entirely. The light shown in the picture takes the …You missed the point entirely. The light shown in the picture takes the memories back to the first incandescent light by TAE. That is why it is depicted as 'vintage'


Crikey, you've got a long memory!
Bought one of these a while ago and tripped the electrics when switched it on. Blew the bulb. Second one has been okay though. Not very bright but good value.
Edited by: "latics33" 3rd Sep 2017
kkthomask5 h, 0 m ago

You missed the point entirely. The light shown in the picture takes the …You missed the point entirely. The light shown in the picture takes the memories back to the first incandescent light by TAE. That is why it is depicted as 'vintage'


I think it was you who missed the point, google Joseph Swan
latics334 h, 12 m ago

Bought one of these a while ago and tripped the electrics when switched it …Bought one of these a while ago and tripped the electrics when switched it on. Blew the bulb. Second one has been okay though. Not very bright but good value.



Only had one LED fail in 5 years and couldn't put light circuit back on till found which one it was, halogens usually go open circuit on fail.
Decent light output but I wonder if they even reach 1000 hours, cheap ones randomly failing,
kkthomask3 h, 33 m ago

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incandescent_light_bulb


Still Swan. If not those before.
Shambles2nd Sep

Definitely not national. I was looking at these in the Middlebrook …Definitely not national. I was looking at these in the Middlebrook (Bolton) store this afternoon and they most certainly were not £1

How much were they?
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